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Sarah Jane Lapp ’94 brings paint, puzzles to campus

In viewing the exhibition currently housed by the Sarah Doyle Women’s Center gallery, audiences have the opportunity not only to admire art, but also to take part in the artistic process itself. “This is a Life Worth Living,” a collection of pieces by Rhode Island-based artist and Brown alum Sarah ...

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'The Americas on Fire' exhibit to open at JCB

Under the dimly lit glass cases of the John Carter Brown Library, yellowed manuscripts reveal passages and images printed hundreds of years ago — all of which share one thing in common: fire.    This Friday marks the official opening of a new exhibition at the JCB: “The Americas on Fire.” The ...

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Korean Fried Chicken brings variety to Thayer

Thanks to the recent opening of Den Den Korean Fried Chicken, passersby may notice a sudden liveliness near 182 Angell St. Once a quiet, infrequently traversed street, the area now serves as a backdrop to crowds of customers bustling in and out of the restaurant’s front door. Owned and operated by ...

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Catherine Opie discusses power of photography, art

Nearly all the seats in the List Art Center Auditorium were filled Wednesday evening as individuals from both inside and outside the University community gathered to listen to professional photographer Catherine Opie speak. Opie, currently a professor of photography at the University of California ...

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Brown club figure skating delivers magical performance

From 7 to 8 p.m. Monday evening, Meehan Auditorium echoed with familiar tunes that evoked childhood memories of talking candlesticks, flying magic carpets and underwater kingdoms. Along to the sweeping melody of “A Whole New World” and the upbeat rhythms of “Under the Sea,” 20 members of Brown ...

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Ivy Film Festival releases festival schedule

Featuring a “virtual reality arcade,” a discussion panel on the role of female film score composers and several distinguished keynote speakers, the lineup for the 2017 Ivy Film Festival is slated to cover a breadth of topics.    In total, the festival includes two discussion panels, two advanced ...

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Wong’s Kitchen opens on Waterman

Attention, Brunonia: The “coming soon” sign at 108 Waterman St. has finally been removed. After over a year of construction, Wong’s Kitchen is now open. The new pan-Asian restaurant opened its doors on Mar. 1, moving in next to popular bubble-tea shop Kung Fu Tea. Once home to a cigar shop, the ...

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Students talk music industry issues, solutions

“How do we create a music industry with more winners than losers?” In an attempt to answer this question, Benevolent Records, a student-run record label at Brown, and Music2020, a growing organization advocating for positive change in the music industry, teamed up to host a three-part event fittingly ...

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Rennie Harris Puremovement takes stage in Providence

Laughter and talk filled Providence’s Veterans Memorial Auditorium — known as the VETS — last Friday as over a thousand people crowded into the theater to see one of the nation’s most celebrated street dance performance groups: Rennie Harris Puremovement. Founded and led by famed choreographer ...

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